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utilities commission and michael campbell and director for the san francisco public utilities commission. >> well, thank you very much and we have two resolutions of accommodation to two very important individuals and ed harrington being the first one and so much has been said about ed harrington that i don't know if we need to add to all the numerous things that have rightly said about him. i doubt that ed harrington is watching the lafco meeting. i am sure one of the benefits that he was looking forward to when he retired he no longer had to come to these meetings accident but in the event he is watching. >> >> we want to thank ed harrington for his work and we have a resolution before the commission honoring him. the second item and just as important is to honor mike campbell who has taken time i think he might be technically on vacation or personal time, so i apologize. it is not our intent to honor you by forcing you to take personal time to actually come to a lafco meeting, but mike campbell resolution is one that i think really is critical because of the very important role th
a numerous 911 calls and officers were on the scene in one minute. >>> campbell's soup announced it will close its sacramento plan. 700 workers are being laid off next july. the company blames declining sales. campbell is shutting down a factory in new jersey along with the one in sacramento. authorities say the plant holds a special place in their heart. >> the plant was there since 1947. i started in '72. it's been a long-time fixture here. so it will be hard. campbell hopes to save $100 million. they have tomato processing facilities in dixon and stockton. after the closure, there will still be 2100 workers in the state. >>> several campus workers are holding rallies at uc berkeley to protest the play off of five staff workers. protesters say the five laid off workers should be given an opportunity to work at other departments. they also want the university to support a state senate -- a state senate bill that would allow graduate union researchers to unionize. >>> according to the "chronicle" this plan may include to merge and layoff. there's also speculation that the castro
out of state. now, campbell's soup announced it's closing its sacramento plant next july. that is going to cost several hundred people jobs. campbell says times changed l. >> there is sacramento with highest costs per case of any plant in the u.s. so it costs more to make a case of soup here than it does in ohio, or in north carolina. and in texas. >> they did not release details and will still operate plants employing more than 2000 people in dixon, stockton and bakers feemd. >> there is bank of america holding a marathon mortgage event taking place at hyatt embarcadero hotel. there are dozens of stations set up to help homeowners. homeowners are hopeful. >> i just thought wampk bank of america didn't care. today, yesterday, showed human side of bank of america. >> and i feel the goal is helping people stay in their house it is an event continues until 8:00 tonight. more ep hep going to be available tomorrow. and. >> your private information is a little safer tonight thanks to a law signed today by governor brown preventing employers from asking for your facebook or othe
years it has been putting good in a can. now the campbell soup co. says it is time for the oldest operating plant to shut down so it will close the doors in sacramento. declining profits are forcing the company to scale back and nearly 700 people will lose their jobs >> while the business case is compelling, it is always a difficult condition when you have to impact the lives of employees >> it was never anything that was certain but today it puts a downer and all lot of people's hearts >> campbell says it will keep its plants in stockton and bakersfield open. 17 percent of kids are obese >> that is three times the rate from one generation ago. tonight, dr. kim shows us how one man's story might help make a difference. >> alberto loves to cook and eat but he was not always so slim >> people say that because i went through this transformation and lost a much weight that they think i don't eat at all >> his journey began 21 years ago in el salvador. as the first grandchild he got whatever you wanted >> my first nickname was the fat little boys >> then, at a mass of culture shock whe
. >>> for 65 years putting goodness and they can't but campbell soup says is all this plant in sacramento will shut down next summer if declining profits will mean the loss of nearly 700 jobs. >>> it always is a difficult decision when the impact the lives of employees >>> there's always speculation but today it put a dagger and a lot of people's hearts >>> campbell soup plans in stockton and bakersfield will stay open >>> a northern california supermarket chain may face several charges for overcharging customers, of your alerted us to say voice pricing errors and we confirmed her findings with our investigations julie watts with a woman who check to recede and blew the whistle. >>> after the first four times i thought it was a mistake >>> julie miller wanted to give this berlin gained safeway the benefit of the doubt she was returning the overcharge but then she learned she was not alone >>> my sister has the same problem she shops here >>> we join julie on a recent trip to safeway we were overcharged for this and items that she complained to management about three times >>> fred crowder
. campbell and everyone else who has worked to make this possible. i want to thank the puc and one of the things they am really proud of is over the years we have developed a pretty good working relationship between lafco and the puc. the work though is not done. the reality is to make this program come to full fruition. we have to continue to work together, and so with that before i turn it over to staff i wanted to know if any of my my colleagues wanted to make any comments? commissioner avalos. >> i beat you to it commissioner olague. sorry about that. i just want to echo your comments about all the work that was involved over the years to help pass clean power sf, and nancy miller and janson fried and the staff and michael campbell, and barbara hale and ed harrington and all last week 7k7kbqwas gr timing for the clean power and he timed his departure for that and i was happy to see it join together, and just to see that clean power sf would be just another one of the major achievements that ed harrington had over the course of his many -- several decades here in san francis
in july. no word on how many jobs will be here in the area. >>> the campbell city council could finalize the annexation of a small piece of land. it is tucked neatly between campbell and san jose but had previously fallen under the jurisdiction of san jose. tonight a tentative date could be set for next may as the date cambrian36 can officially call itself campbell. >>> the city owes about $4 million to the california public employees retirement system other while known as calpers. the city will save about $700,000 in interests by taking out a new loan at lower interest rates and then paying off that debt now. >>> california secretary of state debra boeing was in the area to thank two long time workers. >> thank you rita for your 60 years of service. would you like to come up? medina began her work with the county's registrar's work in 1962 after the urging of her brother cesar chavez. there's a huge need for poll workers and people of all ages are encouraged to help out. >> we often urge counties to talk to their high schools because high school students who are 16 and have a 2.5 averag
the lowest advertised price plus a $5 gift card. >> the campbell soup co. is closing its doors in sacramento after 65 years of operation. hundreds of workers will lose their jobs including many that have worked at the plant on franklin street for a large part of their lives. checkey bedford tells us when their oldest facility will shut down for good. >> a typical weekday routine, an early morning caravan of workers are arriving at the south sacramento campbell soup plant. although it had been rumored, little did the 700 plant workers know that there would be no work today. and in the near future, no work at all. >> it is devastating. >> the managers tell the 400 gathered workers in the early morning meeting that they were closing the plant by next summer. >> today put a downer on people's hearts. >> company leaders said they had no choice but to cut the most expensive of their four u.s. plants at a time when soup sales are down. >> this plan has been here since 1947. it means a lot to the community and the company. >> workers say that the closure means they will be forced out into the cold u
. >>> well another blow to northern california job market tonight. campbell soup company announced it's closing a plant that employs more than 700 people. reporter jeff maur was first on the scene at the plant in south sacramento early today when the employees got this tough news. >>reporter: some react entered anger screeching the tires and laying on the horn as they left the campbell plenty on franklin boulevard. company called all the employee ins for an emergency meeting where they were informed that the plant was closing. they were lasting their jobs. >> this is definite stating. really devastating. >>reporter: for the past 13 years value rae star has walked to work at the plant. now she will be walking to the unemployment line along with 700 other employee whose are getting laid off 8. lot of people working here for a lot of years. a lot of us are at that aim it's hard for to us find jobs. >> i'm 59. so nearing planning i have a 21-year-old son that i'm send to go college so not ready for retirement. >>reporter: campbell's klotion the plant for a number of reasons. ma
of the dollar for an electric brain that runs a train. >>> campbell's soup is shutting down its sacramento plant and eliminating 7,000 jobs there. the announcement was made at a 7:00 meeting this morning. the change comes as campbell's is trying to cut costs. >> sacramento has the highest production cost per case of any plant in our network that's why we made the decision to close the plant. >> reporter: the plant is scheduled to close next july. cam campbells is also closing it's spice plant in san francisco. >>> a small group of protesters is clashing with police at this hour. it is the same area where police evicted an occupy encampment early this morning. amber lee just arrived there morning on market street. al we -- amber what's going on there? >> reporter: julie we're at the interception of market and drum right across the street from the embarcader. we want to show you what we see right here. there's at least one dozen police officers with helmets and batons. what we saw when we arrived was a group of men yelling at the officers. not clear what they were saying. a witness told us he saw
starting to warm up. 86 in campbell. there is a the accu-weather forecast. on the peninsula, 77 in san mateo. there is 62 degrees. 62 in daily city. there is only into 60s today, there is east bay communities there is a warmer day. 78 in san leandro. inland areas will be warm. 90s in concord there is 90 in gill roi. accu-weather forecast getting hot inland by sunday. 98. 74 on the coast. monday, triple digit heat inland we're going to hang on tuesday before temperatures starting to cool off. and there is 49,000 viewers liked us on facebook. skpf that will take you to the page to fill out a form. we'll announce the winner here on abc 7 news so much going on this weekend. yes. yes. want to remind you fine arts and crafts fair ising on. so much happening the bay area. just be careful out there. going to be hot and dry. >> thank you very much. >> still head are you expecting a little one? then you don't want to miss finney's friday free stuff. something for baby and you. >> there is opening of the new arts and entertainment venue. we'll be right bacña >>> love this time of the week. it's
. coastal areas mid to upper 50s, fog getting close, temperatures still hot into south bay. 96 in campbell. there is 92 degrees for palo alto. there is a nice warm day again downtown san francisco if you like it that way. 85 degrees, there is north bay we go hot, middle 90s for santa rosa and napa. novato, east bay communities 90s in oakland. there is where you're going feel the heat inland. there is danville, 100 degrees, 80s in monterey. there is the forecast for america's cup tomorrow, practice rounds. 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. winds 10 knots. mid 70s to mid-60s so warm to mild as you'll notice. there is cooling dropping you down thursday friday at the coast and weekend will be cooler down to 78 inland. and what woo you do with 49,000s sndz there is 49,000s skpdz all of our face bk friends are eligible. so $49,000 just go to faceboo facebook.com and then, click win $49,000 button that will take you to the page. we'll announce the winner right here on abc 7 news. >> thank you very much. >> still head forget overfishing there is another problem that could affect our fish supply. >> then, new at 6
in campbell, 95 in san jose. 94 in milpitas. coastal areas, pacifica, 72 degrees. so warm but not unseasonably hot. 85 degrees in san francisco. 77 in daly city. north bay, mid 90s for sonoma, santa rosa. 93 in san rafael. you'll feel the heat again. lack of a see breeze and fog will get you cooking in the east bay. 94 for castro valley. heading inland, livermore 101. 90 in santa cruz. 99 in morgan hill. seven-day forecast, hot tomorrow cooler wednesday and continue to drop the temperatures drastically down to the upper 70s to low 80s by the weekend. mike nicco will be here between 4:30 and 7:00 a.m. what would you do with $49,000? a lot. win big with abc7 and find out. all of our facebook friends are eligible. enter a sweepstakes to win $49,000. go to facebook.com/abc7news and it wil take you tohe pe where yo can fl out the entry form welnunce te winner october 18th right after the game. >>> coming up next, san francisco lights up >> dan: hollywood and movie fans are buzzing aut t person chosen to hosted next year's academy awards. seth mcfarland will take center stage, known for his crude hu
of august. campbell soup is closing two plants in the bay area. they will be eliminating 700 jobs in sacramento. the sacramento plant is supposed to be closed by july of next year. >> 7:36 a.m. and we'll be back with more and a couple of minutes on the cusp of a big warmup but we have to get through some fault first especially here at the golden gate bridge. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow. you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah, blah, blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no, we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your generation has it made. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver. only from at&t u-verse. get a free wireless receiver with a qualifying u-verse plan. rethink possible. let's bring you up to speed with decision 2012 mitt romney is struggling in ohio. president obama has a clear lead and i was the opinion polls. it has prompted some grumb
have troy campbell. >> this is important in making sure that the community is aware of what is going on, i want to take a moment to speak to that. >> starting in january of this year, the fisherman's warf coordinated meetings with jefferson from hyde to jones street. we also held community meetings that each held over 100 attendties each. >> discussed in the meetings were the details of the time lines, construction plans and solicited feedback from the community. as many as were incorporated into the final design. >> over all the date at the have coordinated the meetings and three community meetings about this project. in addition the cbd has a website called new jefferson street.com and it is managing the dpw. it gives details about the plans and provide a faq section and an alert mechanism to let the neighbors know about the upcoming meetings and alerts and we will do this through the construction process. over 70 people have signed up including each tenant on the north side of jefferson street between hyde and jones. holding regular meetings with the port of san francisco starting in
questions. >> hundreds of campbell's soup employees in sacramento will be out of a job this time next year. declining profits forced the n.j.-based company to close two factories here. the sacramento plant will shut down for good by next summer leaving nearly 700 people jobless. the factory had the highest production costs in their network. >> while the business case was very compelling, it is a difficult decision when you impact the lives of employees. >> there are always rumors but there is never anything that was certain, but today a kind of laid on people's hearts. >> their operation in stockton and bakersfield will not be affected. >> preparations for the america's cup preliminary is already under way but as the venue is not ready for the regatta in march than the city may be facing penalties. ann mackovic is in san fransisco with how much money we're talking about and how much money is that? >> up to $10 million. if you have been all along the embarcadero any time recently you have seen construction sites like the one year behind may, and now the america's cup organizers and the city
. south bay low 80s. 85 campbell. 83 san jose. inland low 90s. 15-degree warm up in places like livermore. 70s for the east bay shores. possible temperature said could be 5 -- temperatures could be 5 degrees warmer than this because of the fog. it is a wildcard tomorrow. if it clears quickly, temperatures will be warmer. if the fog lingers for the east bay shores temperatures like i just showed you. sunday, monday, tuesday, no doubt about it, it will get hot. triple digits on monday. possibly record breaking heat. and you can get the latest forecast on the new news channel, on channel 193. >>> in sports, major league baseball history made tonight in pittsburgh and the a's get one step closer to the playoff birth. gary is up next with all the sports highlights. sleep train's inventory clearance sale is ending soon. save 10%, 20%, even 35% on a huge selection of simmons and sealy clearance mattresses. get 2 years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic. even get free delivery! sleep train stacks the savings high to keep the prices low. but hurry, the inventory clearance sale is ending soon.
to check in with jeff at 5:00. 81 degrees in san jose. 79 in campbell. it is the spare the air day. you will see that thick layer of haze. coastal fog will move in. onshore flow brings temperatures down a touch. it will help to purify our air quality. we have a cooling trend that drops temperatures like a rock. 70s and drizzle and maybe showers this weekend up in the north bay. major changes ahead. sharp turns in the weather department. sharp turns. >> mother nature likes to keep us dancing. >> we like to dance. >> we will keep our groove flowing here. >>> the a's run for the playoffs continues. that's a great graphic. tonight, it could be the night as the a's magic number is one. oakland needs one more win to clinch a playoff spot. that is taking on the rangers tonight. they can make it if the angels and rays each lose one more game. >> we go out there and we battle every day. you know, no matter if we win or lose. we will battle to the last out. we feel like we can win every game. >> it is all exciting. it has been great fun. they are so young. they are giving it all their heart. we a
up to 83. concord, 97. san jose, 92, well above normal. campbell at 94, san mateo even 85. the 99 for walnut creek. and 90s again for santa rosa and alameda. 84 degrees. extended forecast cooling by 10 degrees on wednesday. cooling 10 degrees more on thursday. and guess what folks, next monday, there's a chance of a couple showers. a champagne shower would be a nice way to cool down. >> yeah paul, i had to run out of the locker room for the time being. when we come back, the dramatic final out to prepare the oakland a's into the playoffs for 2012. we're back in just a moment. cold remedy? hi, primo! asopao! right, asopao! there you go cuz, so you can sweat it out! oh, and music... ( all ) music? ... heals the soul. the power to share unites us. verizon brings your entire family the savings of the share everything plan. unlimited talk. unlimited text. and data you can share with up to 10 devices, all in one plan. get the 4glte droid razr by motorola for $99.99. verizon. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing a reason...to look twice. introducing a stunning work of technology --
. then tomorrow afternoon, still going to be on the hot side in the south bay, 96 degrees in campbell, 95 in san jose. 94 in milpitas. coastal areas, pacifica, 72 degrees. so warm but not unseasonably hot. 85 degrees in san francisco. 77 in daly city. north bay, mid 90s for sonoma, santa rosa. 93 in san rafael. you'll feel the heat again. lack of a see breeze and fog will get you cooking in the east bay. 94 for castro valley. heading inland, livermore 101. 90 in santa cruz. 99 in morgan hill. seven-day forecast, hot tomorrow cooler wednesday and continue to drop the temperatures drastically down to the upper 70s to low 80s by the weekend. mike nicco will be here between 4:30 and 7:00 a.m. what would you do with $49,000? a lot. win big with abc7 and find out. all of our facebook friends are eligible. enter a sweepstakes to win $49,000. go to facebook.com/abc7news and it will take you to the page where you can fill out the entry form. we'll announce the winner october 18th right after the game. >>> coming up next, san francisco lights up ♪ ♪ [ man ] excuse me miss. [ gasps ] this fiber one 90
. and it's going to be hot all-around. here the temperatures. no. 4927 day. 95 in campbell. 97 loss gatos. mid-90s by by the bay will be hot they're out to the east. lots of the lot of excitement at the coliseum last night. the oakland a's in the wild card. here is the very tight play off race as take a look. texas and oakland. and the east we have the yankees and the baltimore orioles fighting for the lead there all four of these teams are in the playoffs the detroit tigers of the fifth scene they clinched the american league central. if they do not in texas went one of these two final games in the a's will be the wild card. then they will play a one game playoff against either the iraqis of the baltimore orioles. the playoff game if the a's are the wild card would be on friday could be oin oakland york or baltimore. >> and develop a story this --i cried. >> my friend called me around 3: 30 and when i got the news i did not believe it. >> i think everyone is really depressed right now he was a great teacher. most of the kids had him. people keep saying he was the best teacher they ever h
night leaves four people dead. good afternoon. i'm tori campbell. we're learning more details about a deadly four-hour stretch in oakland. investigators say the latest incident involves two young men shot to death on 72nd avenue near international boulevard, just after 6:00 this morning. lorraine blanco spoke to the family of one of those men. >> reporter: screams filled the scene of a violent scene that ended with two men in the minivan. family members say one of the victims is 23-year-old robert dowell. he lived just a few doors down from the shooting. >> he got a night job. all he do is work and come home. >> reporter: the men were sitting in the vehicle and men on foot, they got into a fight. >> there was some type of interaction where both victims were shot. >> reporter: veronica lee is heartbroken. she knew both of them. >> they often sit in the car and talk. they were young boys, young men. they don't cause any trouble or anything. they've never r been disrespectful to me or -- never been disrespectful to me or anything else. >> reporter: in the last 24 hours, four people hav
highlight it is need for qualified workers. matt keller live in campbell and he tells us folks there are still talking about that confusing conclusion to yesterday's monday night football game. matt-- >> reporter: frank the garrett restaurant here is filled with sports fan and most if not all agree that something needs to be done about the nfl's replacement officials. >> reporter: this is the call during the packers-seahawks game that people are saying are the worse in nfl history. the different officials made different calls. the packers lost 14-12. >> terrible way to end the game. >> the whole confusion was just, unbelievable. >> reporter: sports fever in campbell turned into sports anger for one young packers fan. >> if they don't make it to the play offs because of one game, i'm sure there will be riots in wisconsin. >> reporter: football fans vented their anger on twitter. everyone president obama had something to say. sweeting nfl fans hope the ref lock outs are settled soon -- tweeting nfl fans hope the ref lock outs are settled soon. everyone former president clinton ha
of folks. >>> breaking business news. campbell's soup just announced plant closures including a location here in california. trading underway on wall street. live report from the new york stock exchange. ly look now dow in positive territory up almost 50 points. >>> first, only 40 days until election day. -- we have republican presidential candidate mitt romney reaction to new polls showing president obama pulling ahead in swing states. >>> does apple have another glitch? problem some own >>> welcome back. 60s along the coast more sunshine than yesterday, 70s bay sunshine an hour earlier 80s inland to 90s in the east bay valleys, last three hours of doppler you can see it is dry up and down across the state with low to mid 90s around chico and sacramento, 69 big sur tahoe isolated thunderstorm possible today and tomorrow dry near 80 into the weekend thunderstorm around yosemite possible today and tomorrow temperatures will be in the 90s as we head towards saturday and sunday. down south southern california 80s and 90s in los angeles and san diego over the weekend. time for us to talk abo
president obama's be in the back i states. the campbell soup co. is shutting down in northern california plans here to talk about your business news is jason brooks. good morning. >>> good morning unfortunate news for a number of employees of the campbell soup clinton sacramento the company announces this morning it sets down to plant one sacramento and a much smaller one in new jersey this sacramento plant closure will affect 700 employees have there is some video from its sister station in sacramento of the plants this will take place of the next several months the plant will close down july 20th 13 they say this it is dating a ton of money in doing so will streamline its supply and distribution chain is not done as well as many thought would coming out of the recession. dealing with a lot of economic information this morning including news on the job market which is better for is the weekly jobless claims plunged by 26,000 last week for week averaged hiring is still very weak at this point economic growth is a lot weaker. that was due to that nasty job in the midwest cutting farm cro
campbell. it's thursday, september 27th. we begin with an overnight police raid in downtown san francisco. officers moved in on an occupy camp at the federal reserve bank on market street. christien kafton joins us live with video you won't see anywhere else. good morning. >> reporter: yeah, now that the start is starting to come up, you can see this former site of the occupy protest at the foot of market 101 market. you can see it surrounded by a chain-link fence. right across the street you might see there is a small encampment of some of the occupiers returning to the area. police were out here overnight. they were out here this morning to -- to watch the site. they said they gave them every chance to avoid arrest. >> we gave them opportunity to vacate. some people did leave on their own. the other people who remained behind did get arrested for illegal lodging. >> reporter: san francisco police moved about 11:30 last night. last night was rough after police cleared the camp and seized their possessions. >> they took everybody's possessions, dogs, animals, whatever they had. i can't ev
those numbers for use starting out in the south bay mostly low 80s 82 degrees expected for campbell 81 in almaden valley mid to upper seventies for 70 del 9 degrees for livermore 80 expect for fairfield upper 60s for your east bayshore this afternoon upper 60s to downtown san francisco as well 605 for daly city low eighties and up seven is for the north bay. officials for anywhere from 5 to 12 degrees warmer tomorrow getting up to 99 degrees on monday for a year in the spots about mid-80s for the bay of seven is are expected for the coast fare cut. >> of janu we are crossing our fingers for friday hot spots to talk about the traffic is increasing. as you approached the top--one she gets the toll plaza no way at the pace. your san mateo bridge ride looks like construction maybe the process is wrapping up was down 92 approaching the high-rise and over at the golden gate bridge south lawn down 101 we do have fault and some construction taking place to conceive a flashing light on your screen. taking it to our traffic maps approaching 580 interchange was down 24 and one of our last reports
this warm pattern, highs for thursday into the south bay like i said modest warm up tomorrow, 8in campbell. there is a nice-looking day. 78 in palo alto. 75 san ma dayo coastal areas low to mid-60s there is 67 downtown san francisco. 83 in santa rosa. 81 in san rafael. towards east bay there is areas getting warm so short sleeved weather. 92, livermore, 87 dublin. fog holding temperatures down in monterey. 65 degrees there is accu-weather forecast, warming trend starting tomorrow, we'll be trending higher friday, saturday, sunday. taking a look at heat over the weekend there is mid to upper 90s inland. low to mid-70s at beaches and fog disappears over the weekend temperatures start to crank up, cooling begins on monday and this is cooler tuesday rs wednesday, down to 80s by then. abc 7 about to make someone $49,000 richer. go to face book.com and like us, we'll anounts winner october 18th after 49ers take on the sea talks -- hawks if you like us there is still a chance. there is a simple form that will not take very long. and you can end up with 49,000s ndz your pocket. how is that? >> thi
reserve building. for now christian captain, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> campbell soup just announced they will eliminate 700 california jobs. and another calm bells soup plant in july of next year. they have about 20,000 workers and employees around the world. they say shutting down those two plants, sacramento and the one in new jersey will save the company more than $100 million in the first year. >>> a stolen ipad sparked. it started around 5:00 between fillimore and sacramento streets. it ended at the corner of haze. it happened when a suspect grabbed a woman's i-pad. the suspect slammed into several cars including a minivan seriously injuring that driver. flying debris hit a boy at a nearby playground. >> it was a metal object, i am assuming it was something off the van. >> it was heartbreaking and sad to see this going on in the community. >> now the boy is expected to make a full recovery and officers have been criticized for the chase. police insist they did not overreact to a stolen backpack and they say the city has been hit hard with a rash of stolen property. >>> they w
a grievance. >>> now at 11:00, hundreds of people in sacramento will soon be out of a job as campbell soup company shuts the door on its oldest factory. it's cutting a total of 700 jobs. the company says demand for soup is dropping and so is the bottom line. the sacramento factory will close in phases before shutting down completely next july. >>> the santa clara valley water district will hold a public meeting this afternoon over the anderson dam seismic retrofit project. they need to fix the dam because it might rupture in the event of a large earthquake. if the dam broke, it could flood an area from morgan hill to san jose. voters will have to decide on a tax measure this november ballot to fund the project that would start in 2016. today's meeting starts at 4:00 at jackson elementary school in morgan hill. >>> a major earthquake on the other side of the globe could trigger the bay area's two biggest faults, the hayward and the san andreas. seismologists at uc berkeley and the usgs found that the magnitude 8.6 quake that hit off the coast of sumatra in april -- large quakes trigger smal
. there are police cited 45 people. >> campbell's soup is losing two u.s. plants and there is about 700 employees will lose their jobs. saying sales have declined 13%. and. >> crews getting ready to fog for mosquitoes in brentwood tonight. and there is part of the battle to fight west nile virus, san francisco confirmed it's first case since 2005 when authorities first started tracking it now, people in san jose are preparing to march to raise wareness about crime in the neighborhood. police say interest there is a rapid increase in pros at this time yugs. the march begins at 7:00. >> newark police have a few extra eyes and ears patrolling streets there is citizens called raven. the seven volunteers wear uniforms and report activity to officer buzz not allowed to chase or detain suspects. >> there is morgan hill police need your help to find this woman. authorities say the 38-year-old filled up a shorting cart in a safeway with her 10-year-old daughter told the daughter to wait near the exit. she pulled up with the car, she saw the store employees were questioning her daughter and she sped away.
. lawmakers must look at whether government regulations are working. >>> campbell soup is closing its plant in sacramento next july and laying off hundreds of workers. the plant opened in 1947 and is the oldest of their 4 u.s. plants. but with the decline in the popularity of canned soups, they made the difficult decision to close the plant in sacramento. >> it made it clear the real issue is the lack of demand. people are not buying soup. in the same amounts that they have in prior years. >> one research firm said over all canned soup consumption is down 13%. >>> the number of people who applied for unemployment benefits plunged. that is a hopeful sign for the job market. claims dropped to 399,000. that is the lowest level in 9 weeks. the number of people collecting also fell by 4,000 4,000 to 2.3 million. on wall street, the dow is up 72 to 13,485. the s&p is up 13 to 1,447. the nasdaq is up 42 at 3,136. >>> mortgage rates dropped to record lows this week. the average rate on a 30 year loan dropped to 3.4%, down from 3.49% last week. a 15 year mortgage that also hit a record low, dropped
and a lot of us are at that age. goitsing to hard to find job autos campbell's is closing the plant because volumes of canned soup are in decline z there is a focus on different packaging formats. and reducing needs for large scale soup manufacturing. >> there is cost more to run so you're looking across the plants, sacramento is our oldest plant. and this st highest cost per case of any in the u.s.. >> some employees say they saw this coming long ago. they lost their nickelen noodle line. >> i'm 59 so there is a 21-year-old son i'm sending to college. >> 1972, 41 years next year, we have pension. >> there is a real estate license holder you know? this is -- i stopped doing that when the housing market went down so. i'm just going to try to reestablish my real estate business. >> that is facebook and the bill and melinda gates foundation are teeming up to get kids into college and stay there. there is abc 7 news reporter. >> these 150 web jerlz are working to help kids navigate the pro cease this is about b.getting best and brightest developers in a room and focusing on a problem. >> in thi
statistics is when the call center is closing are shifting its call centers of state. and campbell soup and the governor and the politicians create all these other jobs. my question is are the jobs your greeting now to the how to pay and benefits that the old jobs have? or the new jobs different? >>> there's a fundamental shift in the skills that required for these new jobs. it used to be the case that could high-school graduate work at high school education and concurrent yourself a middle-class income and and and nothing gets no longer the case. >>> college crash which now are being hired full-time but they're piling on part-time. index difficult to bridge over into full time because the market to benefit cost them. is not the same job as it was before. >>> some the jobs are not available to college graduates. i have a recent college graduates were struggling to find professional jobs. there finding themselves in retail sector for example the does not require a college degree. >>> the design had to pay and benefits for their skill set either. their two groups. the highly educated and
in this legislation is needed. so if i may, through the chair, if i could ask miss campbell from the budget and legislative analyst to come up and talk about some of the key findings. >> budget and legislative analyst office. good afternoon chair mar and supervisors. i will have our project manager, dian, briefly present the findings and recommendations that pertains to this legislation. >> thank you and we appreciate your good work on this. >> good afternoon, sponsors, i will be brief. first our audit that was released in january, it there were two issues that i think relate to the proposed ordinance. the first is that our audit found that san francisco is falling short of the city's regional assigned goals, particularly for low and moderate income housing. while the city is on pace to meet two-thirds of its overall housing goal, at the current riterate of projection it will only achieve 16% for low-income housing and 25% for moderate income housing by 2015. the second issue relates to written reports that have been presented to the planning commission, which we found do not sufficiently
the analyses to know how you are doing. >> thank you. and i did want to thank miss campbell fort great report and the data and analysis is really useful for us. so why don't we open this up for public comment? is there anyone from the public that would like to speak? please come forward. we have sue hester. >> sue hester. i would like to start with thanking supervisor olague and supervisor campos and anyone else who sponsored this legislation. i have been pushing for this at least for ten years. it's therapeutic to have right before your eyes, when you are considering a rezoning or a project, what is our housing goals and how are we meeting them? we have gone through a lot of rezoning in the eastern neighborhoods for the past couple of years. and basically all south of market, the mission, the potrero hills and noe valley and rincon hill, of course. we don't know what is coming out of that. what is coming out of all of these rezonings that we are doing as the projects come through? we are now seeing a lot of implementation of the those plans and i have been saying for lo these many years
in san jose. 97 in morgan hill and about 94 degrees in campbell. east bay temperatures triple digits into livermore, 102 in pleasanton, 99 in pleasant hill, and as you slide inside the bay you'll find plenty of sunshine, maybe as high as 86 degrees today in san francisco. 75 in daly city and about 78 degrees in bodega bay that's a warm day along the north bay. how about this for temperatures the next couple of days. hot today and then dropping off tomorrow. but toward the weekend, a few more clouds roll our way. those temperatures may be cooling below average as we look toward sunday and into monday. let's check the roads now with elizabeth. >> nothing hot to speak about. no big hotspots so far this morning at 4:45. we are accident-free for the most part across the bay area. nothing much to really slow you down. so here's a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. and as you can see, everything moves nicely into san francisco. let's go to our maps, show you what else is going on. there is some overnight roadwork in lanes still on westbound 84. it's kind of interesting because we can s
celebration for the team and the fans. good afternoon. i'm tori'm campbell. the entire regular season comes down to the final game for the oakland a's. right now they are tied for the texas rangers for the lead in the american league west and happening now ktvu channel 2 reporter alex savage is live at the colosseum where the two teams face off for a win or take all game and the crowds must be so excited alex? >> reporter: they certainly are. the colosseum will be a loud place. half hour until the first pitch and this game as you can see over here on the ticket kiosk it is officially sold out. there's a playoff-like atmosphere out here as the a's take on the texas rangers with a division title on the line. >> [applause] >> fired up a's fans filed into the colosseum this morning, confident in their teams chances today. >> we aren't worried. >> we're going to win. we are going all the way. >> on the field the a's players are staying loose knowing they can cap off an improbable season ending run with a win today. the victory would make them al west champions. >> they got the mojo. you know, i
that needs to be factored into your evaluations. the other thing supervisor campbell mentioned is you are stuck. you are not. you have a right to sublease. let's say you found something in five years and willing to buy it for a price you were willing to pay. you could sublet. i would bet prologis would be happy by to let you out. it will be worth more. you shouldn't feel you are stuck ten years there are sublease possibilitis in a marketplace getting harder and harder. this building is just over the daly city -- over the san francisco daly city line, literally on the line. there is a portion in san francisco. this was for dry foods operators, 250,000 on 12 acres. there is nothing that compares with it on the peninsula or san francisco. we have been -- i have been working sfmta over ten years. steve bell, your real estate contract manager, we looked at stuff in south city, 245 south spruce, which the airport had a long-term lease for the expansion that didn't occur. we had to relocation from the city. dbi beverages, golden brands to some who know, to 175,000 people we couldn't find any
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